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Jihadist Websites Played Role in Boston Bombing

The inspiration for the bombing highlights a trend of "Internet radicalization."

U.S Investors Underline Importance of Trade Ties Over Political Rifts

ExxonMobil was a highlight of an investment conference in Moscow on Wednesday, attended by U.S. Ambassador Michael McFaul, where speakers discussed the prospects of U.S. business in Russia.

Navalny Calls Embezzlement Case 'Political Revenge'

Prominent Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny refused to admit guilt on the second day of his embezzlement trial in the provincial city of Kirov on Wednesday, calling the case against him "political revenge" for his strident criticism of the ruling elite.

U.S. Team Visits Boston Suspects' Parents

The Associated Press
U.S. investigators are in contact with the parents of the two Boston bombing suspects in southern Russia and working with Russian security officials to shed light on the deadly attack, a U.S. Embassy official said Wednesday.

Office Printing Volumes Increasing

A study released Wednesday of people's printing habits in the office, conducted by the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center, or VTsIOM, demonstrated that document printing was on the increase in Russia.

NGOs: Crackdown on Civil Society 'Unprecedented'

Since Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency in May, civil society has been the target of a government crackdown whose scale and severity is unprecedented in post-Soviet Russia, two leading international human rights organizations said Wednesday.

Firm Makes Profit on Polite Double-Parkers

The Moscow Times
At least one company has learned how to make a profit on the city’s deficiency of parking places.

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